Miura 56 K Real or Not-So-Real?

MooMoo Members Posts: 342 ✭✭
I'm not an expert in Miura, I just know how much I loved demoing one.



Does this look like the real deal or not? Thanks.
Driver Number One: Titleist 910 D2 with Diamana White
Driver Number Two: Titleist 910 D3 with RIP Alpha
Ping i3+ Blades (backup set Mizuno MP 54 P-4 which are now in cold storage until the end of time)
Rogue 3 wood with Evenflow Blue (so easy to hit high and long...Evenflow rules!)
Epic 5 wood with Rogue Black
Titleist 915 F 7 wood (the incredible Hedgehog...there is no turf that can stop the Hedgehog!)
Miura 56 K
Vokey gap and 62 M
Ping Vault Ketsch 2.0

Comments

  • PopIt&DropItPopIt&DropIt Members Posts: 244 ✭✭
    I wouldnt call myself an expert but that would have to be a phenomenal fake. I'm pretty confident that is a genuine k grind and you have nothing to worry about.
  • MooMoo Members Posts: 342 ✭✭
    Thanks. I was fairly certain, but there seems to be a rash of fake Miura going around, so I'd thought I'd get a more informed opinion.
    Driver Number One: Titleist 910 D2 with Diamana White
    Driver Number Two: Titleist 910 D3 with RIP Alpha
    Ping i3+ Blades (backup set Mizuno MP 54 P-4 which are now in cold storage until the end of time)
    Rogue 3 wood with Evenflow Blue (so easy to hit high and long...Evenflow rules!)
    Epic 5 wood with Rogue Black
    Titleist 915 F 7 wood (the incredible Hedgehog...there is no turf that can stop the Hedgehog!)
    Miura 56 K
    Vokey gap and 62 M
    Ping Vault Ketsch 2.0
  • GuiaGuia Members Posts: 8,693 ✭✭
    I have owned several of this model in different lofts, it is real.
  • MooMoo Members Posts: 342 ✭✭
    edited Jun 16, 2018 #5
    Thanks again for the confirmation.



    I'm not really in the camp that there are any magic clubs, but after two rounds with the Miura K 56, I'm rethinking that. It is a fantastic tool. Why it works so well actually perplexes me. I can do more with it than either of my Vokey M grinds, which makes no sense, as there is less relief on the heel of the Miura.



    I love hitting soft pitches with it. Distance control is more precise than the Vokey.



    I'm already thinking about getting a Miura 60 next.
    Driver Number One: Titleist 910 D2 with Diamana White
    Driver Number Two: Titleist 910 D3 with RIP Alpha
    Ping i3+ Blades (backup set Mizuno MP 54 P-4 which are now in cold storage until the end of time)
    Rogue 3 wood with Evenflow Blue (so easy to hit high and long...Evenflow rules!)
    Epic 5 wood with Rogue Black
    Titleist 915 F 7 wood (the incredible Hedgehog...there is no turf that can stop the Hedgehog!)
    Miura 56 K
    Vokey gap and 62 M
    Ping Vault Ketsch 2.0
  • raynorfan1raynorfan1 Members Posts: 3,568 ✭✭
    Moo wrote:


    Thanks again for the confirmation.



    I'm not really in the camp that there are any magic clubs, but after two rounds with the Miura K 56, I'm rethinking that. It is a fantastic tool. Why it works so well actually perplexes me. I can do more with it than either of my Vokey M grinds, which makes no sense, as there is less relief on the heel of the Miura.



    I love hitting soft pitches with it. Distance control is more precise than the Vokey.



    I'm already thinking about getting a Miura 60 next.




    I have both...and the 60 K grind is a better, more versatile club than the 56...
  • brassfield48brassfield48 Members Posts: 63
    raynorfan1 wrote:

    Moo wrote:


    Thanks again for the confirmation.



    I'm not really in the camp that there are any magic clubs, but after two rounds with the Miura K 56, I'm rethinking that. It is a fantastic tool. Why it works so well actually perplexes me. I can do more with it than either of my Vokey M grinds, which makes no sense, as there is less relief on the heel of the Miura.



    I love hitting soft pitches with it. Distance control is more precise than the Vokey.



    I'm already thinking about getting a Miura 60 next.




    I have both...and the 60 K grind is a better, more versatile club than the 56...


    I vote for its fake..the finish isn't right..to much space between the slots on the sole..the ferrule has been ground also.. my two bucks...
  • raynorfan1raynorfan1 Members Posts: 3,568 ✭✭

    raynorfan1 wrote:

    Moo wrote:


    Thanks again for the confirmation.



    I'm not really in the camp that there are any magic clubs, but after two rounds with the Miura K 56, I'm rethinking that. It is a fantastic tool. Why it works so well actually perplexes me. I can do more with it than either of my Vokey M grinds, which makes no sense, as there is less relief on the heel of the Miura.



    I love hitting soft pitches with it. Distance control is more precise than the Vokey.



    I'm already thinking about getting a Miura 60 next.




    I have both...and the 60 K grind is a better, more versatile club than the 56...


    I vote for its fake..the finish isn't right..to much space between the slots on the sole..the ferrule has been ground also.. my two bucks...




    One of the odd (for Miura) inconsistencies of the K grind is in the fluting. I have a bunch of these clubs (probably 10 in total) and no two are ground exactly alike in terms of depth, width of flute, and overall width of pattern. I’ve always presumed that it’s because they’re done by hand.
  • eaglestan66eaglestan66 Members Posts: 517 ✭✭
    The 56 K grind looks legit to me!
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  • kaaayelllkaaayelll Members Posts: 802 ✭✭
    I’ve found the same, Raynor.
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